Mid Wales is home to rich, rolling green landscapes, the unspoilt Ceredigion coastline, the stunning Cambrian Mountains and glorious castles, gardens and railways - discover just some of them in our fantastic new tour.
4* THE METROPOLE HOTEL
In the centre of the Victorian town of Llandrindod Wells, this elegant and historic hotel was originally the largest hotel in Wales and is still privately owned by the great, great grandson of the original Victorian owner. The hotel offers traditionally styled bedrooms, a large, spacious restaurant with conservatory offering countryside views and a modern, cosy bar and lounge. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, spa bath, steam room and gym. The hotel has a lift.
· 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
· Welcome tea/coffee
· Choice of menu
· Tea/coffee after dinner
· Live musical entertainment one evening
· Guided tour of Abbey-Cwm-Hir
· Entrance to Powis Castle
· Return journey Vale of Rheidol Railway -Aberystwyth to Devils Bridge
We arrive at our hotel in time for dinner.D
Llandrindod Wells & Abbey-Cwm-Hir
After a morning at leisure in our lovely hotel or the local village, we make our way to Abbey-Cwm-Hir, one of Wales' finest examples of Victorian Gothic revival architecture. Paul and Victoria Humpherston bought the Hall in late 1997 and spent nine years restoring it to its original Gothic splendour, and it is now renowned for its stunning interiors and fascinating collections. Enjoy a guided tour of the house and estate.
Please Note-The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir have advised - 'Passengers are asked to remove shoes at the Abbey and may wish to bring slippers'
Powis Castle & Garden
This morning, visit Powis Castle, which began life as a medieval fortress. Spend time exploring the magnificent collections contained in the castle and its world-famous garden, with yew hedges and lavish herbaceous borders, as well as a superb collection of treasures from India displayed in the Clive Museum.
Vale of Rheidol Railway & Aberystwyth
Travel to the popular seaside resort of Aberystwyth where we board the Vale of Rheidol Railway for a nostalgic three-hour round journey through some of Wales' most spectacular scenery. The narrow-gauge steam locomotive climbs 700ft during the 11¾ mile journey from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge. In the afternoon, take free time to enjoy Aberystwyth's many attractions, including the harbour, pier, beach, castle and the longest electric cliff railway in Britain.
We depart after breakfast and return home.Br
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